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And now this.
It's rather sad when you feel compelled to take the word of an accused prostitute over a United States Senator in a case of he said, she said.
There was also testimony that Edwards told one staffer to "go f**k himself" when his judgement was questioned. All that being said, the guy probably is being hit a little too hard by the law. If Bunny Mellon wants to be a nitwit, whose business is it? I wish so many rich people would stop supporting heckbirds like this. If you read her reasoning, it's nothing but the most superficial and silly, same type of stuff that got Obama elected.
Fooled all his staffs for his entire career?
Was he just that good at his act that he could fool everyone all the time?
And my gut feeling is that he differs from others in the political game only by degree. Bretsky1, I would likely take the word of an accused prostitute over that of a US Senator more times than not.
richard- you bring up an interesting point about fooling his staff. I think we have seen that many times the staff will close around the politican and try to protect him. They either believe in his program or seeing him/her rise as a way to rise themselves.
As for the campaign staff, I wonder how many of them actully have much contact with the candidate?
As for the law hitting him a little hard, I sort of agree, but remember the trial isn't about his affair. It's about him diverting funds. I would say a few months jail time if he is convicted.